When Making An Impact Requires A Bit Of Cash
George Soros and men of his caliber are examples for modern people for a reason. What they accomplish in life are extremely substantial. Young men and women look to these professionals because they are already accomplished. They’ve done things that children dream of and within themselves. Many people pursue their own dreams but also fall short.
What often happens is a misunderstanding in the reality between dreams and life.
This misunderstanding, for example, is a lead factor to failure and not living up to the image of the dreams we all set. According to Mr. Soros, this falsity we’re highlighting is one that fails to distinguish the line between dreams and life. Read his profile at Forbes.
For example, Mr. Soros understands that his ability to make a real impact is related to his ability in earning large sums of money.
But many in the world would look at this as if a sin or a detestable position.
But think for a moment.
Nothing in this suggests a man to thus be corrupt. Working to first create substance and in order to then give that substance is strategic. This inspires us to make an impact by first impacting our own lives. It’s clear to Mr. Soros that the carriage can’t be placed before the horse. His realization of this is also clear.
Though giving back and making a real impact could have been done at a younger age, George didn’t dedicate his life to philanthropy until well into his years of being wealthy. And we simply call this making an impact because you’re also making a great deal of cash. Read more on NYTimes.com.
Not Everyone Was Cut Out For This
You might find that this is an uneasy prospect for you to follow. But patience is key in both money and life according to George Soros. Not everyone with a lofty dream of earning great sums or using it to give back are actually cut out for the task. You have to evaluate yourself and be honest as you do.
When You First Build Your “Means-To-An-End”
George Soros’ example shows us that there’s a great sense of relief and confidence you get by first building your means to an end. Once your resources are in place, then everything else make sense and feels empowering. Such is the power of being able to accomplish a task with relative ease.
So let us end our message today with Mr. Soros as our example. Seeking wealth like him could be the greatest honor of your life once you can leverage it for the greater good. Give it a try, and then tell us all about it.